The Societas Celtologica Europaea has just announced the winners of its 2012 M.A. and Ph.D. thesis prizes.
The award for the best M.A. thesis in Celtic Studies went to Deirdre Hosford of Trinity College Dublin for her work on 'Two Fragmentary Middle Irish Texts on Care for the Elderly in Early Irish Law'.
The prize for the best Ph.D. thesis went to Greta Anthoons of the University of Bangor for her work on 'Migration and elite networks as modes of cultural exchange in Iron Age Europe: a case study of contacts between the Continental and the Arras Culture'.
Congratulations to both award recipients.